Print. Tape. Deliver.
Valentines Day can really be that easy and customizable. Here is the goodie my kids will be sharing with their classmates this February 14th – Honey Stick Valentines Printables – and they are free for the taking! Enjoy!
It wasn’t too long ago when I noticed honey sticks popping up in the grocery stores and I delighted in giving my children a small taste of my childhood. Do you remember having honey sticks as a kid? My favorite has been and always will be the root beer honey stick. Yum.
My kiddos adore when I sneak one into their lunch box, and I adore that they get to have a sweet treat that isn’t full of refined sugars.
I wanted to find a way to have my kids use honey sticks in their Valentines swap for their classes, so I made up some cute printables to share.
All you need to do is print, tape and let your kids deliver the yummy fun.
I found some black and yellow washi tape at Hobby Lobby that seemed to suit the project well, and if their teachers want names on the Valentines, they easily have enough room on the back of the Valentine.
I kept the printable black and white, which will allow you to print on any color of paper to customize your look.
I stuck with brown craft paper (also found at Hobby Lobby) for a more natural look and feel, but any color would be fun.
You can choose between the bee that says “BEE MY VALENTINE”, or . . .
. . . the jar of honey that says “HEY THERE HONEY”.
A unique treat that can also double as a stick puppet . . . or so she said.
Print as many or as little as you wish, cut, tape and enjoy a most simple and unique Valentines.
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“BEE MY VALENTINE”
“HEY HERE HONEY”
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Does your school participate in swapping Valentines? Do you go the store bought route or homemade variety? We do both, just depending on the year and what my kids want to do. It’s a fun and enjoyable tradition for all!